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SWSE: Answers Before Links!
We present a system that improves on current document- centric Web search engine technology; adopting an entity-centric perspective, we are able to integrate data from both static and live sources into a coherent, interlinked ...
SWSE: Objects before documents!
Web search engines are immensely useful for locating documents online. However, with more and more structured data being published online, the restriction to the hyperdocument model impairs the usefulness for searching and ...
Weaving the Pedantic Web
Over a decade after RDF has been published as a W3C recommendation, publishing open and machine-readable content on the Web has recently received a lot more attention, including from corporate and governmental bodies; ...
Towards a social provenance model for the Web
In this position paper we firstly present the established notion of provenance on the Semantic Web (also referred to as named graphs or contexts), and secondly argue for the benefit of adding to the pure technical notion ...
Performing Object Consolidation on the Semantic Web Data Graph
An important aspect of Semantic Web technologies is the issue of identity and uniquely identifying resources, which is essential for integrating data across sources. Currently, there is poor agreement on the use of ...
ReConRank: A Scalable Ranking Method for Semantic Web Data with Context
We present an approach that adapts the well-known PageRank/HITS algorithms to Semantic Web data. Our method combines ranks from the RDF graph with ranks from the context graph, i.e. data sources and their linkage. We present ...